10 Of The Best New Orleans Saints Songs: Game Day Hype Music

Posted by | December 3, 2019 .



Here’s 10 of the best New Orleans Saints songs guaranteed to get you hyped on Black and Gold Game Day

1) ‘Halftime’ (‘Stand Up and Get Crunk’)

The 2004 club anthem by Atlanta rap duo the Ying Yang Twins was the call-to-arms during the Saints magical 2009 season, which culminated in a 31-17 Super Bowl victory over the Indianapolis Colts in 2010. But did you know it was almost dropped from the Superdome repertoire? It wasn’t used at all in the Superdome during the 2013 preseason, and only on “special occasions,” at least initially, during the regular season. Saints fans weren’t having that – more than 80 percent of respondents to an offseason survey of Saints season ticket holders opted to keep “Crunk” in the mix.

2) ‘Who Dat Black and Gold Superbowl’

Midway through the 2009 NFL season, New Orleans rapper K. Gates grafted new, Saints-specific lyrics to the instrumental track from the Ying Yang Twins’ “Halftime (Stand Up and Get Crunk).” The result went viral across the Who Dat Nation.

3) ‘The Saints Are Coming’

After the Superdome reopened in 2006 after Hurricane Katrina, “The Saints are Coming” by U2 and Green Day would become inextricably linked to New Orleans and the team. U2 and Green Day performed as part of the pre-game festivities Sept. 25 before the Saints played the first game back against the Falcons on Monday Night Football.

4) ‘I Believe’ (‘Saints Go All the Way’)

This oldie by Harrison Avenue is one of our favorites. Try not to clap along — it’s impossible. Sing it, Angela Bell.

5) ‘Big Easy Mafia’

Created in 2014 by local rap artists 5-Star and Tbone, this New Orleans Saints Anthem is guaranteed to have your head bobbing and feet moving. It is quickly becoming one of the most popular songs played at tailgate parties and was even played inside the Superdome during player warmups on game day.

6) ‘Let’s Go Get ‘Em’

You gotta have some brass band music at the Saints party. By Rebirth Brass Band, Bo Dollis and Monk Boudreaux.

7) ‘When the Saints Go Marching In’

New Orleans’ favorite son Louis Armstrong performs the song that would become the perfect classic for the New Orleans Saints.

8) ‘Bring ‘Em to the Dome’

Dee-1 & Shamarr Allen sample Armstrong’s classic and throw in some Who Dat. “Bring ’em to the Dome, we gonna get it on.”

9) ‘Choppa Style’

Originally released in 2003 “Choppa Style,” has seemingly taken hold of every member of Who Dat nation.

10) ‘A Saints Christmas’

Kermit Ruffins sings “All I Want for Christmas is the Saints in the Super Bowl” in this December 2009 cut.